Genshin Impact Lavender Melon locations guide

Pluck these plump, purple fruits with our guide!

Genshin Impact's 2.0 update has brought a ton of changes to the game, including all new leveling, ascension and crafting resources. One of these is the Lavender Melon. Check out this guide to find every Lavender Melon in Genshin Impact.

Genshin Impact Lavender Melon locations guide

Genshin Impact Lavender Melon locations guide © miHoYo Southern Lavender Melon locations
 © miHoYo Southern Lavender Melon locations

There are 24 Lavender Melons to be found in Genshin's new area, Inazuma, as shown above. As the name would suggest, they're a purple fruit that has a unique texture when cooked, and appear as an ingredient in many dishes from Inazuma. Since they're a specialty item, they will ostensibly be used in some kind of crafting, but for now, we don't fully know what all they can be used to make. But don't worry, we'll keep this guide updated as we learn more.

The Lavender Melons in Inazuma are split between the region's northern and southern islands. Note that the majority of them are on the southern islands, so that's probably where you should start if you're planning on doing some farming. To the south, you can find 16 Lavender Melons across the three larger islands (and one on the smallest island to the left), You can scope out each of them above. 

© miHoYo Northern Lavender Melon locations
© miHoYo Northern Lavender Melon locations

Once you're ready to head northwards, there are 8 Lavender Melons to be found across the main island there, as shown above. For more specific locations to aid your fruit gathering mission, check out this interactive map for Lavender Melons, and all the other collectible resources as well!

For now, that's pretty much all we can tell you about Genshin Impact's Lavender Melons. For more info on the game, check out our hub page. We've got guides covering resources like Sakura Blooms, Onikabuto beetles, and Naku Weed for crafting, along with Electroculi so you can easily power up Inazuma's Statues of the Seven. 

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